Infinix has added two more Note 12 phones to its line-up. Up to this point, the only phones that Infinix has made are the Note 12 and the G96 series. The Infinix Note 12 5G and Note 12 Pro 5G smartphones are finally officially publicly available for purchase.
Display and Appearance
Both Infinix the Note 12 5G and the Note 12 Pro 5G are about the same size. Both devices are 164.7 mm long, 76.9 mm wide, and 8 mm deep. At 186 g, there is no difference between the two. Both phones are made of plastic and glass, with plastic frames and backs.
The Note 12 5G and Note 12 Pro 5G have AMOLED screens that are 6.7 inches and have a resolution of 1080 x 2400 pixels. Corning Gorilla Glass 3 protects both.
Parts and Data Storage
Both the Note 12 5G and the Note 12 Pro 5G have a MediaTek MT6833P Dimensity 810 chip (6 nm). Both devices have Mali-G57 MC2 graphics processors and eight-core CPUs.
The way they are put together is the same. The Note 12 5G has 6/64 GB of storage space on the inside. The Note 12 Pro 5G comes with the 8/128 GB configuration. Both the Note 12 5G and the Note 12 Pro 5G come with XOS 10.6 and Android 12.0 already installed.
Both the Note 12 5G and the Note 12 Pro 5G have three cameras on the back. The main sensor on Note 12 5G is a 50MP wide-angle lens with an aperture of f/1.6. The camera set-up also has a depth sensor with an aperture of f/2.4 and a QVGA sensor.
The main sensor of the Note 12 Pro 5G is a wide-angle lens with 108 megapixels and an aperture of f/1.8. There are also 2 MP macro and depth sensors with f/2.4 apertures that are part of the camera setup. On the front of Note 12, 5G and Note 12 Pro 5G is a 16MP wide-angle lens with an f/2.0 aperture.
Colors and Batteries
On Note 12 5G and the Note 12 Pro 5G, it has a 5,000 mAh battery and a 33W fast charging feature. They come in black or white, so they can go with any decor.
Amounts Billed and Items in Stock
Prices for the Note 12 5G and the Note 12 Pro 5G are $189 and $227, respectively. On July 14, people in India will be able to order both of these gadgets.
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